Shawn is a California licensed Physical Therapist who received his doctorate in physical therapy from Loma Linda University in 2014. Shawn’s education began at Creighton University where he received his B.S. in exercise science. He utilized his knowledge of strength and conditioning and experience as an athlete to aid in the training of the top Division 1 sporting programs at the school. Prior to attending Creighton, Shawn was an All Southern California selection in volleyball at Hemet High School. His experience in both high school and college dealing with injuries fostered his interest in sports medicine and orthopedics. He specializes in orthopedic manual therapy, sports related injuries, and vertigo however he is well versed in all orthopedic conditions. His deep experience in strength and conditioning allows him a unique ability to work with athletes to assist them with return to play after an injury or surgery. Shawn is also actively pursuing his board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.
Shawn is the director of the Hemet Clinic.
Katrina earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University and graduated with honors in 2018. She attended Pacific Union College and La Sierra University as a pre-physical therapy major prior to receiving her DPT degree. She has clinical experience in the inpatient acute setting treating patients in the cardiac, neurology, and medical intensive care units in addition to orthopedics and sports medicine. Katrina utilizes her knowledge in biomechanics, movement science, and manual techniques to help patients in all populations optimize the way they move. Her passion is working with athletes in all sports whether it be rehabilitating them from an injury or helping them maximize their potential via sport-specific training.
Hillary is a licensed physical therapist who began her education at Southern Adventist University in Chattanooga, TN where she received her Associate's Degree in Allied Health in 2015. She then studied at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI where she received her Bachelor's of Health Science in 2015 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018.
Hillary has volunteered with rehabilitative sports through Life Rolls On. She also enjoys practicing yoga, often finding ways to incorporate yoga into clinical treatment. She would like to pursue a certification as a Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.
Daniel is a Physical Therapy Assistant who graduated from Loma Linda University in 2016. He grew up in the Hemet/San Jacinto area and is currently working at our Hemet Office. He has over 7 years of clinical experience working as both an Aide and PTA. Daniel enjoys working with athletes and plans to furthur his clinical skills through education and research in sports rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Candice graduated in 2005 from Loma Linda University’s Physical Therapy Assistant program. Throughout her career as a PTA she has worked at more than 40 facilities, which ranged from acute, subcute, home therapy and outpatient care, allowing her to have a wide range of patient cases and build her experience in field as a therapist. She is thrilled to be working at her current location with All star PT and feels it’s the best fit for her as a fitness professional and therapist.
Being born on the opening day of the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics, it seems almost fitting that Candice would become some form of an athlete. In 2012 she successfully earned her IFBB Bikini Professional Card at Nationals in Atlanta. She won her second Pro show the following year qualifying her to compete in the prestigious Mr. Olypmia in 2013 and once again in 2014. She has not yet retired from the sport of bodybuilding. At this time she is more focused raising her two year old daughter with her husband Brandon. She is still very active in the sport of bodybuilding and is highly sought out posing coach for the bikini division.